The Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) has announced a ban beginning January 1 to prohibit makers of alcoholic beverages from adding CBD to the drinks.
Until recently, the best known line of alcoholic drinks with CBD was arguably beers made and sold by Coalition Brewing, which recently shut down their operations.
In 2019, optimism was in short supply no matter the subject, save cannabis. Numerous blogs, columns, and discussions revolved around how this was the year things were going to change, with many adding that 2020 would see full scale federal legalization. It’s all happening now, people!
Except it didn’t, and likely
2019 was arguably the biggest year for hemp since 1937, when it, along with all forms of cannabis, was first criminalized. The passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, which removed hemp from the Controlled Substances Act has had explosive, though uneven, results.
As with cannabis, rules and regulations for hemp vary from
CBD products are all the rage, and so is the debate as to their effectiveness. Some believe it’s nothing more than modern day snake oil, predicated on baseless claims and promises.
Others believe it can be a matter of the product using alcohol distillate versus full spectrum CBD. And don’t forget
The plant that produces the flowers you smoke to get all high and stuff—which we will call "cannabis"—differs in appearance from the hemp plant that doesn't get you high but is capable of producing the CBD that's going to fix everything wrong with you.
It doesn't differ by much, but it
As great as it is to be able to buy your CBD at the Gas 'n' Sip—and it is, really—you may want your CBD offerings to be produced and presented in a slightly more...Pacific Northwesterly manner.
Artisan. Organic. Small batch. Women positive/owned. Innovative. And probably bearded. A place you can go
The legalization of hemp as a crop has led to some great things. (Yay, hemp!) But nothing is everything all the time, and legal hemp is causing some massive headaches for officials in Florida (much like the type of headaches you get when you smoke hemp).
It's a very special Florida
Cannabis—and the devil’s cannabinoid, THC—are all the rage, but hemp and CBD have recently been gaining just as much national attention.
The passage of the 2018 Farm Bill made hemp farming legal, which led many to assume that hemp, and the CBD that can be processed from it, would immediately be
By now, every gas station, bodega, salon, tire repair store, shoeshine stand, salsa dance studio, wig shop, and sex club for furries is selling CBD products, which as we all know will quickly and cheaply regrow hair, fix your flaccid penis, end insomnia, make you taller, and cure cancer while
While many of you are sadly pouring out a 40 for your favorite fallen fictional Throne Game character, perhaps I can bring some light into your day with some good news about the benefits of cannabis, at least until someone releases "Jon Snowpocalypse Kush," a strain which is beautiful, yet
Since the Farm Bill passed earlier this year—and with it the legalization of hemp—CBD has become the white-hot next big thing, and it's showing up everywhere, in everything.
The Food and Drug Administration has begun a crackdown on CBD when added to food and beverages, or whenever health claims are made.
A new study has made some revealing discoveries about the cannabis grown at the University of Mississippi. That's the infamous and sole source of cannabis being used in federally funded cannabis research.
I've written before about the numerous reports of poor quality flower, possible mold, and absurdly low THC levels.
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about how hemp flower is being sold in Oklahoma as "legal weed," and is being smoked by people who in all likelihood would much rather have access to something with a greater amount of THC than 0.3 percent. I'm an advocate for consumers
Before Oregon legalized cannabis, and even before the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program was in place, I was an avid consumer of cannabis.
A steady supply of high-quality craft cannabis was not always available to me, though, so I was at times reduced to partaking of whatever was available. That meant smoking
By the time you read this, it's entirely possible that the 2018 Farm Bill will have just passed.
That's notable for several reasons, none more so than the provision which would legalize hemp production. This would then radically change the landscape for CBD extracted from hemp, which is the source of